Official T-Mobile USA Update for HD2 Leaked
We keep on being showered with gifts from the world of leakers. This time XDA member Football has released a leak for the upcoming official HD2 rom from T-Mobile USA. Many of you are probably thinking “but I use custom roms, why is this any better than my Chucky/NRG rom?” Well, did you know that more often than not, carrier roms have updated drivers and features that the chefs use in their roms. In fact, many of these leaks are the base for many of your favorite roms.
On top of everything else, stock roms are rather stable and very good with battery consumption (at the cost of the added speed of custom roms like NRGZ28’s). So, if you feel like trying this out, go for it, but one word of advice would be to be careful as newer stock roms tend to update the SPL version, and will probably revert your HSPL, making it difficult to flash a custom rom.
Ok guys, here new ship ROM for Leo 1.5 (T-Mobile USA) this ROM is capable with Leo (Europe) and Leo 1.5 (USA).
SPL Version 2.10
Sense version 2.5.20181424
You can find more information in the leak thread.
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